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Alldredge-Aldridge-Bracken-Nesmith families and their kin

Memory Aldridge Lester
Lester, Memory Aldridge (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Chapel Hill, North Carolina : M.A. Lester, 1957
vii, 223 p. : facsims., ports.

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Includes Meadows, Britnell, Roberts, Watterson, Nicks, Turrentine, Rhodes, Brashears, and related families.

Nathan Alldredge (1739-1826) was in North Carolina in 1762. He later moved to Knox County, Tennessee. Descendants lived in Tennessee, Alabama, Texas, and elsewhere. Includes information on other early Aldridge families. William Bracken came from Yorkshire England to America in 1699 and settled in Newcastle County, Delaware. Some descendants settled in Alabama, Kentucky, and elsewhere. Thomas Nesmith was born in York County, Pennsylvania in 1741. He married Jennet Robeson in 1770 in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Their children were born in York County, South Carolina. They moved to Alabama in 1809 where he died in Franklin County in 1814.

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